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EPL Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2022-23

England Premier League

An epic photo-finish to the previous season once again demonstrated that the Premier League remains the toughest in Europe. A brand-new season is on the horizon featuring massive players and veteran coaches from around the world.

Manchester City are now double defending champions and will look to extend the streak with Pep Guardiola at the helm. Teams promoted to the top flight are Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest. Burnley, Watford and Norwich City have been relegated.

As usual, the teams to finish in the top 4 places will qualify for the next year’s UEFA Champions League. And the team finishing fifth will qualify for the upcoming UEFA Europa League 2022-23.

An interesting change is in place starting from this term; five substitutions can be made rather than three in three stoppages besides at halftime. There will be a mid-season break for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.



How to Live Stream 2022-23 EPL?

Just like last year, Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video hold the rights to broadcast the Premier League in the UK.

DAZN is the sole rights holder to stream Premier League matches this season in Spain.

Those in Canada can tune in to FuboTV for live action.

The official US broadcaster for the 2022-23 Premier League season is NBC Sports and they cover every game between linear TV coverage.

In Australia, Optus will cover the events like the previous year.

In India, Star Sports subscribers are entitled to watch yet another season of the Premier League live.

EPL Outright Odds

The outright odds for all the teams to win the EPL title this season is derived from the site and mentioned below:

1Man City1.57
5Man Utd29.00
8West Ham151.00
10Aston Villa201.00
14Crystal Palace501.00
19Nottm Forest1001.00
Odds last updated on:29/06/22 22:40:35 GMT. Subjected to change

EPL Matches This Week

The following matches that are scheduled to take place this week are briefly explained with odds derived from the site:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
05 Aug 22 20:00Crystal Palace vs Arsenal3.103.502.20Bet Now
06 Aug 22 12:30Fulham vs Liverpool7.505.001.36Bet Now
06 Aug 22 15:00Bournemouth vs Aston Villa3.003.502.25Bet Now
06 Aug 22 15:00Leeds vs Wolverhampton2.253.503.00Bet Now
06 Aug 22 15:00Leicester vs Brentford1.953.753.50Bet Now
06 Aug 22 15:00Newcastle vs Nottm Forest1.664.004.75Bet Now
06 Aug 22 15:00Tottenham vs Southampton1.365.007.50Bet Now
06 Aug 22 17:30Everton vs Chelsea5.003.801.66Bet Now
07 Aug 22 14:00Man Utd vs Brighton1.444.506.50Bet Now
07 Aug 22 16:30West Ham vs Man City9.004.331.40Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Arsenal vs Leicester1.614.005.00Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Aston Villa vs Everton1.903.404.00Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Brentford vs Man Utd4.003.401.90Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Brighton vs Newcastle2.373.402.87Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Chelsea vs Tottenham2.103.403.40Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Liverpool vs Crystal Palace1.226.5011.00Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Man City vs Bournemouth1.128.5019.00Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Nottm Forest vs West Ham3.253.302.20Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Southampton vs Leeds2.103.403.40Bet Now
13 Aug 22 15:00Wolverhampton vs Fulham2.003.403.75Bet Now
Odds last updated on:29/06/22 22:40:35 GMT. Subjected to change


The curtain is about to fall on the 2021-22 Premier League season, the title race has come right down to the wire. City failed to capitalise on Liverpool’s stalemate as the former also endured a draw at the hands of West Ham. The battle for Champions League places also continues, the final Gameweek will settle things. Here’s BettingPremier’s take on Matchday 38:

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United

Manchester United will hit the road to meet Crystal Palace on Sunday at Selhurst Park Stadium in the final Gameweek of the Premier League season. United’s hopes of making the Champions League have long subsided as they keep faltering. With just a solitary win in the last five outings, the Red Devils are sitting sixth in the standings behind Arsenal. Last time out, Ralf Rangnick’s men suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat on the road at the hands of midtable Brighton. Erik ten Hag is set to take over as the new United manager, the summer transfer window will likely see some major overhauls in the squad. Crystal Palace are sitting 13th in the table and have lost just one of their last five league matchups. Coming off a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa, the Eagles will be a tough side for United to beat. If United lose and West Ham win, the former will finish in the league’s only Conference league place. The Red Devils will likely edge the hosts in this fixture.

Manchester City vs Aston Villa

Manchester City will play host to Aston Villa at Etihad Stadium on Sunday for Matchday 38 of the Premier League campaign. The title race has come right down to the wire. If Cityzens win against Aston Villa, they will be crowned the champions but if they lose or share the spoils, Liverpool stand a good chance. It seemed Pep Guardiola’s men would lose to West Ham last Sunday as the Hammers struck twice in the first half. City, however, kept their cool and came to level terms through Jack Grealish and an own goal by Vladimir Coufal. City are now four points clear of second-placed Liverpool but the latter have two games left to play. Aston Villa are sitting 14th in the table and are coming off a 1-1 stalemate against Crystal Palace following the 2-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool. City will likely rout the Villans in this clash to lift aloft the Premier League trophy.

Liverpool vs Wolves

Liverpool will take on Wolves at Anfield on Sunday on Matchday 38 of the Premier League campaign. Liverpool’s chances of winning the league have been rejuvenated as Manchester City were held to a 2-2 stalemate by West Ham. The Reds are now within four points of City with a game in hand on the latter. Jurgen Klopp’s men beat Chelsea 6-5 in Penalties to win the FA Cup, their second domestic trophy of the campaign. Having also reached the Champions League final, the Reds are looking at a potential quadruple. Following the 1-1 draw against Tottenham at home, Liverpool beat Aston Villa 2-1 in the league. Joel Matip and Sadio Mane scored the goals in the win. Wolves, on the other hand, went winless in the last five league matchups and fell to eighth in the process. Following the 5-1 beatdown at the hands of Manchester City, Wolves suffered a 1-1 draw against rock-bottom Norwich City. Liverpool will comfortably win this match and hope for a City slip-up.

Arsenal vs Everton

Arsenal invite Everton to Emirates Stadium this Sunday for Matchday 38 of the Premier League campaign. Back-to-back losses saw the Gunners fall out of Champions League places. Sitting fifth in the standings now being two points shy of fourth-placed Tottenham, Arsenal have no hopes of making the Champions League as the Spurs are taking on bottom-dwellers Norwich City this weekend. Following the 3-0 road loss to Tottenham, Mikel Arteta’s men lost 2-0 to Newcastle. Left-back Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey remain on the treatment table for the Gunners. Sitting 16th in the table, Everton are still under the threat of relegation. It could be Everton, Leeds United or Burnley joining Watford and Norwich City in tier two. Following the goalless stalemate with Watford, the Toffees were beaten 3-2 by visiting Brentford. Arsenal are the favourites to win this match.

Chelsea vs Watford

Chelsea are pitted against Watford at Stamford Bridge on Matchday 38 of the Premier League season. The Blues fell to Liverpool in the FA Cup final on penalties, their second domestic Cup final loss this campaign. Following the 2-2 stalemate with Wolves in the league, Thomas Tuchel’s men thrashed Leeds United 3-0 on the road. Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku scored the goals for Chelsea in the win. Albeit finishing in Champions League places, the European champions have had a painful season. Ben Chilwell remains sidelined due to a lack of fitness. Watford have long lost hopes of staying in the top flight. Having lost 26 of the matches played thus far, the Hornets are languishing in 19th place. Coming off a 5-1 annihilation at the hands of Leicester City, Watford are not in a state to contemplate a different outcome against the Blues.




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